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Budget Day 1934

Series

Series Name
British Movietone News

Issue

Issue No.
254A
Date Released
19 Apr 1934
Stories in this Issue:
  1. 1Budget Day 1934
  2. 2Picture Paragraphs in the Week’s News: First snapshot is stunting display given in Surrey by Sir Alan Cobham’s famous air circus
  3. 3Picture Paragraphs in the Week’s News: Paris - English University team win Seine relay race
  4. 4Picture Paragraphs in the Week’s News: London - The 1934 tennis mode
  5. 5Picture Paragraphs in the Week’s News: Sabaudia - King of Italy’s visit
  6. 6Picture Paragraphs in the Week’s News: Nice - International Horse Show
  7. 7Endeavour Leaves Stocks at Gosport

Story

Story No. within this Issue
1 / 7
Summary
MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Budget Day 1934. DESCRIPTION: The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr Neville Chamberlain, is happy to introduce his first "Prosperity" budget to House of Commons, and has some pleasant statement to make to Movietone regarding the financial outlook of the country. SHOTLIST: Shot of Houses of Parliament. Shot of silver coin. Chancellor of Exchequer Mr Neville Chamberlain introduces new prosperity budget. Mr and Mrs Chamberlain stand on steps of house and Mr Neville Chamberlain speaks. Shot of the press cameraman. Shot of the exterior of the Houses of Parliament showing the cars arriving. Mr Baldwin, Mr MacDonald and Sir John Simon standing outside. The arrival of the Chancellor. He speaks seated at a desk.
Keywords
Politics and government; Buildings and structures; Mass media; Economics
Footage sources
Movietone
Card file number
2878
Length of story (in feet)
187
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